The governor’s economic development office hopes to receive about $4 million in federal money to invest in new businesses through the Silver State’s venture capital program.
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In pitching a $390 million publicly subsidized arena to the Las Vegas City Council last week, developer David Cordish sold it as a venue mostly for locals as well as a shot-in-the-arm for downtown redevelopment. If Cordish’s description is accurate, his project would be incompatible with the city’s plan to pay for it.
The National Finals Rodeo will remain in Las Vegas through 2024 after Las Vegas Events and the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association reached agreement on a new 10-year contract Friday.
The much-rumored launch of a free weekly publication that eventually could replace the Las Vegas Sun was announced Thursday by Greenspun Media Group.
Dreamy scenarios typically rule the day when a showcase project clears a major hurdle, as the arena did Wednesday. But the 4-3 city council vote to give Cordish another four months to finish its funding plan was a bloody victory for the pro-arena faction.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved issuing $50 million in bonds that will go toward the Las Vegas Global Business District project.
Investor? Angel? High-stakes gambler?
Some of downtown Las Vegas’ most influential players are lining up against a surprise proposal for a publicly subsidized sports arena, at least the way the deal is currently structured.
Show and tell isn’t just for kids.
Golden Gaming’s tavern subsidiary has opened three new PT’s locations in Southern Nevada, giving the company a statewide leading 45 taverns.
In its first meeting of the year, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitor Authority’s board of directors on Tuesday approved a 2014 bond resolution that secures the authority $50 million.
Mention Interstate 11 around here in the borderland, and you may be met with a blank stare.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. will host a job fair next week to staff more than 550 positions at the company’s $550 million Linq development on the Strip.
A 31-year-old Zappos employee was shocked Monday night to learn that investigators from the Clark County coroner’s office and Las Vegas police went inside his downtown Towne Terrace apartment after they mistook him as a suicide jumper from earlier that morning.
The development buzz in Las Vegas these days is focused almost exclusively on the growing influence of Tony Hsieh and his Downtown Project, but there’s another big player on the scene: The Cordish Cos.
Nevada was one of several states chosen on Monday as coveted bases for the emerging drone industry, according to an official familiar with the selection. The Federal Aviation Administration was poised to announce the Silver State as one of a half dozen authorized to become test sites for the commercial development of unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs.
If you like good news, 2013 had it.
With demand for their modestly priced classic cars growing, Michael Nicholl, owner of Classic & Collectable Cars Las Vegas, needed to find a new home large enough to display his eclectic inventory.
Nevada has landed near the top of another list, ranking as the state with the second-most-friendly policy environment for small businesses, according to a recent report from an advocacy group.
The UNLV stadium board on Friday picked a Texas company, Conventions Sports & Leisure International, with experience in Las Vegas to help determine the need, size, cost and funding of an on-campus stadium.
Look up. Jobs and two zip lines are coming soon to the Fremont Street Experience.
The chairman of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association board, which governs the popular 10-day rodeo held in Las Vegas for nearly three decades, said Monday that his board wants to make a counter offer that would keep the NFR in Las Vegas after 2014.
Small businesses are picking up on a big-business idea in an effort to save on health coverage.